One day Li Kui and Yan Qing， two heroes in liangshan Marsh， spent the night in the town of Jingmen， which is near to the Liangshan Marsh. In the manor the squire told them that Song Jiang， head of the liangshan Marsh， had snatched his daughter away by force. Li Kui got so angry that he ignored the facts and Yan Qing's doubts and immediately went to Liangshan Marsh. He went directly to Loyalty Hall and without a word took his axes and cut down the apricot-yellow banner inscribed with "Act in Heaven's Behalf" and ripped it to shreds. Axes in hand， Li Kui charged across the hall towards Song Jiang. Some commanders in the hall hurriedly blocked him and asked him for reason. Li Kui told them what he had heard， which song Jiang strongly denied. Seeing that Li Kui did not believe him， Song Jiang asked him to search his house. But Li kui said it would be impossible to find the girl because every man in the fortress was under Song Jiang's command. Finally Song Jiang said， "The squire isn't dead yet. I'll go and confront him." In the manor， Li Kui discovered the truth： it was someone else who misbehaved in Song Jiang's name. He began to regret his impatient， hasty actions. He carried a thorn stick on his bare back and asked Song Jiang to take the stick and beat him. Song Jiang said， "I'll forgive you if you capture the two impersonators and bring the girl home." After taking a great deal of bother Li Kui finally found the two perpetrators， Wang Jiang and Dong Hai. He killed them and saved the squire's daughter.